|Satisfaction canceled by USA, no season 3|
|2016-02-27 by thepoperope||Satisfaction||discuss|
|Satisfaction canceled by USA, thr reports|
"The news comes after the Matt Passmore-led drama was quietly moved to Fridays for its second season, which bowed in October and wrapped in December. The series hailed from former Suitsexecutive producer Sean Jablonski and was produced by Universal Cable Productions."
"Satisfaction's end coincides with Jablonski's new Netflix deal, which will see him see join the streaming service's original drama Gypsy as an executive producer and co-showrunner."
|Pretty little liars canceled, no season 8|
|2016-02-26 by thepoperope||Pretty Little Liars||discuss|
|Pretty little liars will end with season 7 zap2it reports.|
Lucy Hale (Aria Montgomery) told on The Late Late Show with James Corden that season 7 will be the final season
here are some quotes from Lucy on the show.
"It is ending. We've been doing it for six years. I've literally spent my 20s on the show, and I think all good things must come to an end."
"I used to say I wanted the show to end with them walking away in the sunset, they're all happy living an A-free life, no drama, right? But I don't, I want it to end really tragically"
|Bones renewed for shortened final season 12|
|2016-02-26 by thepoperope||Bones||discuss|
|Bones renewed for shortened 12 episode final season 12 tvline reports|
Here are some snippets
"The network has renewed the long-running procedural for a 12th and final season, a move that will allow producers to map out a "meaningful and satisfying conclusion," per Fox Co-Chairmen Dana Walden and Gary Newman."
"We couldn't be more thrilled to have another season, so we can give the show, characters and fans the end they so richly deserve," said executive producers and showrunners Jonathan Collier and Michael Peterson in a joint statement. "Also knowing there is a Season 12, we can now write the most rewarding Season 11 finale possible - one we hope will leave our fans excited for what's to come in this final season of Bones."
|Unforgettable Cancelled By A&E, No Season 5|
|2016-02-22 by thepoperope||Unforgettable||discuss|
|After unforgettable being resurrected for a forth season, A&E decided to not continue with the show for a 5th season.|
RIP (or maybe they will find a network again, who knows with their cancellation history)
|2016-02-16 by thepoperope||11.22.63||discuss|
|Hulu Original series 11.22.63 is a thriller in which high school English teacher Jake Epping (James Franco) travels back in time to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy - but his mission is threatened by Lee Harvey Oswald, falling in love and the past itself, which doesn't want to be changed. Also starring Chris Cooper, Josh Duhamel, T.R. Knight, Cherry Jones, Sarah Gadon, Lucy Fry, George MacKay and Daniel Webber. The eight-part event series based upon the New York Times best-selling 2011 novel written by Stephen King premieres Presidents Day, Feb. 15, 2016, on Hulu. J.J. Abrams, Stephen King, Bridget Carpenter and Bryan Burk serve as executive producers. Academy Award®-winning Director Kevin Macdonald (Last King of Scotland, State of Play, Black Sea) directs and executive produces the first two hours.|
|Motive canceled by CTV, No season 5|
|2016-02-15 by thepoperope||Motive||discuss|
|Motive canceled by CTV, No season 5|
Press release below
"Killer Ending: Final Season of CTV's Hit Crime Drama MOTIVE Premieres March 22
Season 4 of original Canadian drama wraps production today in Vancouver
Season 4 guest stars include Jon Heder, Will Sasso, and Tommy Flanagan
CraveTVTM First Look available March 21, the day before CTV's broadcast premiere, with Seasons 1-3 streaming now
VANCOUVER (February 12, 2016) CTV announced today that multiple Canadian Screen Award nominee MOTIVE is set to face its last round of investigations, as the series returns for its fourth and final season Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT beginning March 22 on CTV and CTV GO, following a CraveTV First Look starting March 21. Wrapping production today in Vancouver, the final season brings the story of the series' dynamic homicide team to a powerful conclusion as they continue to explore what drives the motive behind the murder in 13 unforgettable new episodes. MOTIVE was nominated last month for nine Canadian Screen Awards, including Best Dramatic Series.
In the final season, each member of the homicide team faces pivotal choices about their future, as they set on a course of deciding what they want their legacies to be. Canadian Screen Award nominee Kristin Lehman (THE KILLING) returns as Detective Angie Flynn, who leads the team through a season of big change and evolution: Detective Oscar Vega's (Louis Ferreira, BREAKING BAD, SGU STARGATE UNIVERSE) new role as Staff Sergeant means adjustments for everyone; Angie and Detective Brian Lucas (Brendan Penny, THE ASSISTANTS) develop a deeper bond; Dr. Betty Rogers (Lauren Holly, NCIS), who is personally involved with Vega, must now mind the boundaries of her personal and professional relationship; and new detectives are introduced to the team.
Building on its roster of incredible guest stars throughout the series, Season 4 of MOTIVE continues to showcase a fantastic line up of seasoned actors with appearances from Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite); Will Sasso (SHAMELESS); and Tommy Flanagan (SONS OF ANARCHY), who guest stars in a recurring role as Interpol Agent Jack Stoker.
"We're proud to have had the privilege of bringing this compelling and innovative crime format series to CTV audiences for the past three seasons." Said Mike Cosentino, Senior Vice-President, Programming, CTV Networks and CraveTV.
"MOTIVE is primed to leave an indelible mark on the Canadian television industry and its creative family here at CTV," said Corrie Coe, Senior Vice-President, Independent Production, Bell Media. "Both clever and cinematic, each episode is exceptionally well-written with smart performances from its ensemble cast. Lark Productions, Foundation Features, and the series' creative team led by showrunner Dennis Heaton have delivered a dynamic final season."
"We are grateful to our broadcast partners at CTV for four incredible seasons of MOTIVE," said Executive Producers Louise Clark and Rob Merilees. "Thanks to the exceptional talent and efforts of our writers, cast and production team, we are thrilled to conclude our finest season to date. Season 4 builds towards its conclusion with even more compelling performances and intriguing cases."
MOTIVE also stars Victor Zinck Jr. (THE 100) and Karen LeBlanc (CRACKED), who join this season as new detectives on the series' homicide team.
In the Season 4 premiere, entitled "The Vanishing Policeman" (Tuesday, March 22 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CTV and CTV GO), while Detective Angie Flynn (Kristin Lehman) and Staff Sergeant Vega (Louis Ferreira) adjust to his new role, the suicide of an officer with whom Angie and Detective Brian Lucas (Brendan Penny) worked on a crime scene turns the team's investigation into a hunt for a cop killer.
CTV's top Canadian Screen Awards nominee for two consecutive years, MOTIVE once again garnered nine nominations for the upcoming CSAs, including Best Dramatic Series and Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role. Season 3 was watched by an average audience of 1.2 million viewers, a 15% increase over Season 1, landing the series among the Top 4 most-watched Canadian dramas last season. All past episodes of MOTIVE are streaming now on CraveTV.
MOTIVE is produced by Lark Productions and Foundation Features in association with Bell Media. Executive Producers are Dennis Heaton (CALL ME FITZ, Fido), who also serves as the Season 4 showrunner; series creator Daniel Cerone (DEXTER, THE BLACKLIST); Louise Clark (CORNER GAS, HIGH MOON); Rob Merilees (Stone of Destiny, Brain on Fire); Erin Haskett (THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF VANCOUVER); Rob LaBelle (MENTAL); Lindsay Macadam (Brain on Fire); and Ben Brafman (PERSON OF INTEREST, DEFYING GRAVITY). The series is distributed internationally by NBCUniversal International.
For Bell Media, Michele McMahon and Kathleen Meek are Production Executives; Tom Hastings is Director, Drama, Independent Production; and Corrie Coe is Senior Vice-President, Independent Production. Mike Cosentino is Senior Vice-President, CTV Networks and CraveTV. Randy Lennox is President, Entertainment Production and Broadcasting, Bell Media."
|Angel from hell canceled by CBS, No season 2|
|2016-02-15 by thepoperope||Angel from Hell||discuss|
|Angel from hell Canceled by CBS, No season 2|
Deadline reports the following
"CBS is making a change on Thursday. Midseason series Angel From Hell, starring Jane Lynch and Maggie Lawson, is being cancelled effective immediately. It aired five episodes of its 13-episode order. Starting next week, the single-camera comedy will be replaced by multi-camera veteran 2 Broke Girls, which will return to Thursdays where it aired last season. (A Big Bang Theory repeat will fill Angel From Hell's Thursday 9:30 PM slot this week.)
2 Broke Girls will make its Thursday season debut the following night, Feb. 18.
Angel From Hell, starring Lynch as a young woman's (Lawson) caustic guarding angel, was originally slated to debut as part of CBS' post-Thursday Night Football lineup in November but its launch was pushed to January. There had been rumors about creative issues on the high-concept series, which has drawn modest ratings for CBS' Thursday comedy block standards, in the 1.3-1.4 rating range among adults 18-49 (live+same day).
The 2 Broke Girls move takes care of the remaining episodes of the fifth-season comedy."
|House of Cards season 4 trailer|
|2016-02-12 by thepoperope||House of Cards||discuss|
|Frank and Claire continue their pursuit for power, battling everyone in their way, including each other.|
|Fuller House first real trailer|
|2016-02-12 by thepoperope||Fuller House||discuss|
|Have Mercy! The house is full again. Fuller House is coming to Netflix February 26!|
In Fuller House, the adventures that began in 1987 on Full House continue, with veterinarian D.J. Tanner-Fuller (Candace Cameron-Bure) recently widowed and living in San Francisco. D.J.'s younger sister/aspiring musician Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin) and D.J.'s lifelong best friend/fellow single mother Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber), along with Kimmy's feisty teenage daughter Ramona, all move in to help take care of D.J.'s three boys - the rebellious 12-year-old Jackson, neurotic 7-year-old Max and her newborn baby, Tommy Jr.
Fuller House is the long-awaited sequel to the iconic hit series Full House. Created by original Full House creator Jeff Franklin, Fuller House will premiere exclusively across all Netflix territories February 26, 2016.
|2016-02-10 by thepoperope||Hunters||discuss|
|They are many. They are everywhere. Hunters, from Gale Anne Hurd and Natalie Chaidez, arrives April 11 at 10/9c.|
Fresh off New York Comic Con, we have some cool Hunters news. For those not in the know, Hunters is a new series coming to Syfy in April 11th 2016, from executive producers Gale Anne Hurd (The Walking Dead, The Terminator movies) and Natalie Chaidez (12 Monkeys, Heroes). It's about a secret government unit dedicated to fighting terrorists except, said terrorists are not of this world. Julian McMahon (Nip/Tuck), Britne Oldford (American Horror Story) and Nathan Phillips (Wolf Creek) are all stars.